Below are some of the coolest projects I’ve been lucky enough to take part in – Past, Present, and Future. Ouija and the Talking Board have taken me all over the world and allowed me to appear on the pages of popular magazines and newspapers, make surprise appearances on TV and radio shows, consult on hit movies, and meet and work with some of the most interesting people that exist today. I’ve extended my family and made friendships I hope last a lifetime and beyond! I hope you enjoy reading about them as much as I did taking part. It’s been one hellava ride and as you’ll see, I’ve enjoyed every single second of it.

Helen Peters Nosworthy’s Gravestone

The Talking Board Historical Society, in collaboration with Helen’s surviving descendants, seeks to honor the contributions of Helen Peters Nosworthy to Ouija and American history, and is raising funds to place a marker at her grave commemorating her involvement in naming the iconic board. Helen Peters Nosworthy, affectionately know as the “Mother of the Ouija Board,”…

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OUIJACON 2015

Baltimore will soon have another historical site recognizing the city’s contributions to the history of the mysterious talking boards known as Ouija. The city will unveil a new plaque commemorating the contributions of Helen Peters Nosworthy, who was known as a “strong medium,” in giving the Ouija its iconic name. The ceremony will take place…

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Ouija DVD and Blu-ray Release Party

HI FRIENDS! A few weeks ago I got an email from Joy Moh and Michael Gonzales from Think Jam, a digital marketing company that Universal Home Entertainment hired to organize the media release event for Ouija’s release on Blu-ray & DVD on Tuesday, February 3. They asked me if I wanted to be included and…

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Ouija Blu-ray and DVD Filming

We’ve all done it. Your favorite movie finally comes out on DVD and you can’t hit play fast enough. You know every word and irritate whomever you talked into watching it with you. Then, you head on over to the “Extras” section where you can hear the director’s thoughts, get the behind-the-scenes scoop, and if…

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Smithsonian Filming – My Million Dollar Invention

Way back in December of 2013, I was contacted by Nutopia, a TV production company based in the UK and US, about potentially filming a Ouija® segment on a yet to be made series on inventions that would air on the Smithsonian Channel. Yup, I said the SMITHSONIAN CHANNEL! Guess how long it took for…

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“Let the Spirit Move You” Ouija Exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Industry

In 2012, the TBHS collaborated with the Baltimore Museum of Industry to host a first-ever of its kind exhibit displaying talking boards from the many eras of its long history. The exhibit, named “Let the Spirit Move You: Ouija, Baltimore’s Mystifying Oracle” highlighted the Ouija’s deep connections to Maryland and Baltimore’s past, from its “invention”…

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Elijah Bond’s Gravestone

In 2007, after a 15-year search, TBHS founder Robert Murch located Elijah Jefferson Bond’s unmarked grave in Green Mount Cemetery in Baltimore, Maryland. A year later, together with generous donations from Ouija enthusiasts, the cooperation of the cemetery itself, and the blessing of Bond descendants Walter Dent Jr. (Bond’s great grand nephew!) and his daughter…

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